I have to admit, from other forums I have used and the extensive research I have done, the deniers make many claims and have very little creditable research
Shadowwolf wrote:Don't mind him, I don't think he knows what he's typing at timesI have to admit, from other forums I have used and the extensive research I have done, the deniers make many claims and have very little creditable research
That's because using science would not produce the results they want, so when they can't use science they must resort to spoof, obfuscating rhetoric and the courts of public opinion and law where the best sounding argument can play better than the scientific facts.
Same tactic you see every group who stands against a science position take and why these folks often run to the courts to silence the opposition rather than refute with evidence and reason.
Earth could be entering a new Ice Age within the next millennium, but it might not, the deep freeze averted by warming from increased carbon dioxide emissions. Humans could be thwarting the next glacial inception, a new study says.
Even in the comparatively long time scales of Earth history, we’re kind of overdue for another ice age — our current Holocene era has lasted about 11,600 years, roughly 600 years longer than the average interglacial (between-ice-age) periods of the past. If atmospheric CO2 levels were lower, the next ice age might have started sometime within the next 1,000 years, according to researchers from University College London and Cambridge University.
M Paul Lloyd wrote:I was under the impression that Milankovitch climate cycles, that were thought to have been key, are no longer considered valid?
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